Kate Bush’s clifftop home is at risk of falling in the sea
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Kate Bush‘s secluded home is reportedly at risk of falling in the sea, after a recent storm left it just yards from the edge of the cliff.

The ‘Wuthering Heights’ singer, 59, reportedly lives near the town of East Portlemouth in Devon, an area that has been subjected to mass coastal erosion.

According to The Sun, the erosion has left Bush’s home even closer to the edge of the cliff – and even sparked fears that another storm could cause the property to totally crumble onto nearby Hallsands Beach.

In recent years, Blur frontman Damon Albarn has been a leading voice in the campaign to save the area – penning a protest poem in support.

“I fell in love with Hallsands nearly 20 years ago. From the moment I laid eyes on it I knew it was a magical place”, Albarn wrote.

“Cradled by Start Bay, illuminated – on clear nights – by the stars, but always by the lighthouse, it can vanish in sea fog one moment and reappear bathed in ­sunshine the next.

“But this is a story of erosion, from the ghostly remains of the old village still clinging to the cliffs to the sad demise of the hotel, home of the world’s best cider and apple cake, to the seasonal ravaging of the shingle by an inveterate sea.”

The area is also believed to have provided Albarn with inspiration for Plastic Beach, the third Gorillaz album released in 2010.

Bush is yet to comment on the latest claims.

27/03/2018 12:04:18
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